Paladion to hold SOC Conference in Riyadh

Firosh Ummer, MD EMEA at Paladion NetworksGlobal specialist in Information Risk Management and region’s leading managed security service provider, Paladion Networks has today announced that it will be holding the SOC Conference at InterContinental Hotel, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia on 9th February 2015 in association with HP Enterprise Security.

Paladion Networks will bring together leading security experts and industry peers to illustrate the emerging trends in security operations, information risk management and will provide insights on how leading SOCs are adapting to the changing threat landscape.

The conference will also share a glimpse into key technologies such as big data and analytics that can accelerate the security operations of enterprises in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

The company is targeting CISOs, Technology Risk and Compliance Professionals, and IT Security Managers who are interested in deriving more value from their existing technology by leveraging risk analytics to attend this conference.

At the event, Paladion Networks will have its key executives such as Jose Varghese and Harish Kumar will be presenting their thoughts on various aspects of SOC including SOC: Securiry Threat Management 2.0.

Besides, speakers from Paladion, conference will have the senior research analyst, IT Services and Software, IDC Saudi Arabia, Uzair Mujtaba discussing the advantages of SOC and how it can help enterprises in KSA to move towards predictive IT security management.

While, the HP ArcSight Strategic Sales Lead for EMEA at HP Enterprise Security, Alexandre Depret-Bixio will discuss various parameters of information risk management while making a presentation about securing the IT environment with HP ArcSight.

Commenting on the SOC Conference 2015, Ummer, said: “Maintaining a tactical advantage in security defence is paramount for any business. But an upper hand in security operations cannot be achieved with traditional security operation centers. Enterprises in Saudi Arabia must leverage analytics and big data to predict threats and look at advanced security innovations to protect their businesses from security infringements.”

“We are confident that the intelligence driven out of this conference will enable enterprises in the Kingdom to understand the key benefits and return of investments on SOC 2.0.” concluded Ummer.

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